The Czech Republic, in Central Europe, is a country that’s known for its ornate castles, native beers, and long history. Prague, the capital, is home to grand 9th-century Prague Castle, a preserved medieval old town, and statue-lined Charles Bridge. Český Krumlov, a small town in the South Bohemia region, is notable for its wealth of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, many of which house restaurants and shops.
Today, over 42,000 international students are studying in the Czech Republic. It is an increasingly popular destination for international study and EU statistics listed the Czech Republic as the eleventh most popular destination for Erasmus+ higher education students. There are certainly many reasons for choosing the Czech Republic as a study destination: universities with long-standing reputations, different conception and interesting specializations, affordable tuition fees, and living costs, and last but not least, a vibrant and colorful cultural life in the heart of Europe.
Dialing code: +420
Currency: Czech koruna
Official language: Czech
Higher education in the Czech Republic enjoys a worldwide reputation for its high quality. This quality is safeguarded by a national system of regulation and quality assurance. The emphasis on education is understandable because it has always played a key role in the life of the Czech people.
- Long tradition of quality education
- Offers for international students
- Diverse range of study programs
- Location in the heart of Europe
- Cultural experience and fascinating history
- Lower costs of living
Choosing the University:
Over 37,000 international students are studying at Czech higher education institutions, and their interest is growing as the offer of study programs in a foreign language (especially in English) is increasing. Czech universities are more and more involved in a wide range of international cooperation activities and programs taking place in the European Union and other countries.
- Grade of the universities and eligibility of intake
- Cost of studies, hostel fees, Monthly living cost
- Other costs such as Medical Insurance, Resident permit extension, Text book and stationery, etc.
- Most important is the actual deadline for the application since the seats get filled up much faster or earlier than the one announced by the university.
- Find a location on a net, and investigate about it.
The Government of the Czech Republic annually offers scholarships within its Foreign Development Assistance Program. These so called government scholarships support students from developing countries who would like to study at public universities in the Czech Republic.
The Czech Republic provides scholarships for studies pursued both in the Czech language (in Bachelor’s and Master´s study program, and in the English language (in a follow-up Master’s and Doctoral study programs. Scholarships for studies in the Czech language are granted with a view to a list of recommended fields of study, updated according to the needs of specific countries, and also about ongoing development cooperation projects. Applicants can also receive funding for a one-year long language and preparatory course. Scholarships for study programs in the English language are granted only in the selected study programs.
Czech Republic student visa:
- All document legalized from Ministry of Education, Keshar Mahal
- All document legalized from Ministry of Foreign Consular Section, Tripureshwor
- Police report
- No objection letter
- Medical report
Student visa requirements:
- For offer letter/Admission:
- Academic Document
–S.L.C Mark Sheet
–S.L.C. Provisional (optional)
–H.S.E.B. (+2) Transcript
–H.S.E.B. (+2) Provisional
–H.S.E.B. (+2) Character
–Recommendation Letter (English Medium Instruction)
- Gap period work Experience
- IELTS/PTE/TOEFL (optional)
- Complete Fill-Up Application Form
Working in the Czech Republic:
All Czech Republic is an 11th most popular destination for students; it is easy to survive and to accept the culture.
- Students can work up to 20 hours per week
- You must have a work permit attached to your visa to be able to work while studying
- Pay depends on age and experience
- Bank Balance (16 Lakh)
- Bank Balance statement (6 months or Above
In comparison to many other European countries, the cost of living in the Czech Republic is generally low. Costs will, of course, vary according to lifestyle, but the monthly cost for food, accommodation and public transportation should amount to approximately 350-750 USD.
You can apply for accommodation in MENDELU dormitories. The accommodation is usually just under CZK 3000, i.e. some EUR110 per month. Students can have meals in dormitory or campus canteens.
Students who do not want to stay in dormitories may arrange a flat share where the costs are a little higher.
Brno has an excellent public transport, and the university campus is on a line of trams, buses, and trolleybuses. To get some idea of prices, students under 26 of age will pay CZK275 per month travel pass that will take them all over the city and to select nearby satellite villages.
The cost of food per months can be anticipated at around EUR 300 per month.
To get a better idea, the approximate prices of a sample of food:
- the price of bread about CZK26
- the price of bread about CZK26
- milk about CZK23 per liter
- yoghurt CZK10
- butter CZK30
- rice CZK40 per kilo
- bananas CZK25-30 per kilo
- McDonald menu about CZK110
- priority letter for instance to India is about CZK30
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